Miss Jones is tired of her life and commits suicide. She comes to a place where its decided if she will end up in Heaven or Hell. Because of her suicide she should go to Hell but she has ... See full summary »
Justine Jones, in a continuation of The Devil in Miss Jones, Part 1 (1973), is frustrated in hell. She makes a sexual deal with the Devil himself to earn a return to earth as an immortal ... See full summary »
Before revelations about her age became known, 'Traci Lords (I)' shot footage for this movie, as evidenced by stills appearing in a "set report" article on the film published in men's magazines at the time, and in the book "The Other Hollywood". Presumably, Lords' scene was one of the "Hell" sequences and as the revelations about her age occurred before the film was even released, it was quite easy for the filmmakers to delete it, and/or re-shoot with another actress. See more »
Several performers are listed in the film's credits as having multiple characters. In two cases, one of the characters is only in the sequel to this film (DMJ Part 4) that shares the entire credit list. Thus, actor Robbie Dee only plays the "black man" (at the bar) and actor Jim Taylor "voyeur man #3" in DMJ Part 3. See more »
Miss Jones was made immortal in the previous movie but in this one she dies and goes back to hell again (or does she?). Sounds like more of the same and yes it is. This movie is not as 'clever' or original as the previous two entries in the series and there are some other big differences as well.
First of all, there is no more Georgina Spelvin, so instead now Miss Jones suddenly looks like a young rock-chick, which must have been considered to be a hot thing back in the mid-'80's. This time the titular role is played by Lois Ayres, who also appeared in the fourth movie, which apparently got shot back to back with this movie.
But really the biggest difference is the change of style and approach. The first two movies were still being made from mostly a serious cinematic approach, while this movie is clearly more simply focusing on being a porn. Nothing wrong with such an approach of course but it really goes at the expense of the movie its fun and entertainment level. This director clearly had experience in this business and looses basically all of the other true cinematic aspects, that the previous 2 movies still contained a bit.
But still, this movie is being more and something better than just the average genre attempt. They still put some effort into it and it actually does follow still a sort of story. It's also way more fun to watch still than the other normal, especially modern, genre attempt. But beware though; this movie puts its emphasis this time way more on its hardcore porn sequences, that last quite long as well, so know what to expect when watching this movie.
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